Verizon handles mail for a number of domains, including verizon.com and verizon.net. Verizon.com is the corporate domain and for employee use. Verizon.net is the commercial domain and for use by customers. The information in this article primarily related to delivery at Verizon.net.
Verizon <span class=”isp-postmastersite>does not have specific postmaster pages, and previous pages on the standard help site seem to have been removed.
Verizon does not provide a FBL.
Verizon does offer a whitelist. When signing up for the whitelist, Verizon does not confirm that a particular IP address has been added. Instead, their reply to whitelist requests states that “the request you’ve submitted is not being blocked.” This should be interpreted to mean that the IP address submitted has been added to the whitelist.
Verizon supports Return Path Certified. It is not known to use any blocklist services.
Verizon does not provide support for senders.